Actress Preity Zinta has shared photos that also show her husband Jane Goodenough from their vacation in the West Indies. Taking to Instagram, Preeti posted pictures while the couple took a boat trip and posed together for the camera. (Read also | Preity Zinta celebrates Janmashtami with Gene Goodenough in the US)
In the first photo, Preity smiled looking sideways while sitting inside a boat. The next photo shows Pretty and Jane Goodnough sitting together inside the boat with his arms around her. The next picture was a selfie of Preity. In the last photo, Jane clicked a selfie while he and Pretty were standing and smiling at the lens.
For travel, Pretty wore colorful clothes, a hat, and dark sunglasses. Jane chose a yellow T-shirt, gray shorts and a hat. Preeti commented on the post, “Island life (red heart emoji) #photodump #pztravel #ting.” It geotagged the site as West Indies.
Recently, Pretty and Jane traveled to St Kitts for the Caribbean Premier League. Sharing a video on Instagram, Preti wrote, “So excited to be in St Kitts for the Caribbean Premier League. It’s time for a much-needed break and some great cricket. All the best to the saintluciakings for this CPL. Looking forward to the games and amazing beaches here and at The beautiful island of Saint Lucia #Beinspired #kiteyenspiwew #CPL22 #pztravel #ting.”
Preeti also shared posts because she spent time with Jane and their friends and also watched a game. She shared a photo from the stands, writing, “Chillin in the West Indies with thesaintluciakings #beinspired #kiteyenspiwew #cpl22 #ting.” “Island gang #holiday #ting,” Preti said, posing with Jane and several others.
Preeti held the knot with Jane in February 2016 in a private party in Los Angeles. In November 2021, she and Jane became parents to twins, Jay and Jia, through surrogacy.
She was last seen in Bhaiaji Superhit in 2018. The movie also stars Sunny Deol, Arshad Warsi, Amisha Patel and Shreyas Talbad. Preity is the co-owner of the Indian premier cricket team Punjab Kings and owner of the Stellenbosch Kings of South Africa’s T20 Global League.